The Giant Art That Keeps Planes Quiet

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  1. Tom Scott

    Tom Scott25 hari yang lalu

    I got really lucky with the weather and really unlucky with the direction the planes were going.

  2. ArthursHD

    ArthursHD19 hari yang lalu

    Why not grow berries or something else low laying to further reduce the noise?

  3. Samuel Sleath

    Samuel Sleath20 hari yang lalu

    It would be great if you could make a video about Reykjavik's geothermal heated pavements

  4. Ilhan Babacan

    Ilhan Babacan20 hari yang lalu

    You were over here for the couple of days it wasn't bloody raining

  5. David Dennis

    David Dennis21 hari yang lalu

    My hearing is reduced in my right ear by ~90dB at 200Hz. This makes perception of anything in 3D space almost impossible. The unexpected result is I can no longer isolate a conversation out of ambient noise. I’ve lost this ability to cancel out noise sources. It is most frustrating.

  6. Mad ManXBL

    Mad ManXBL22 hari yang lalu

    Some say this is the highest point in the Netherlands

  7. Bob Dylan

    Bob DylanHari Yang lalu

    I'm baffled

  8. xyz39808comments

    xyz39808commentsHari Yang lalu

    People suffering from Audio Processing Disorder: Am I a joke to you?

  9. Tim O'Brien

    Tim O'BrienHari Yang lalu

    In a thousand years, after the destruction and rebuilding of civilization, archaeologists will argue about the construction, and religious and ceremonial use, of these ridges and furrows.

  10. dandymcgee

    dandymcgeeHari Yang lalu

    I live across the road from a extremely busy train station. I can relate. When the train goes by I have to pause whatever I'm watching because I literally can't hear or thinking about anything while that damn horn is blowing.

  11. NOMADdaf

    NOMADdaf3 hari yang lalu

    I see how it works, but I fail to see the art in it.

  12. Brandon N

    Brandon N3 hari yang lalu

    My brain does not filter out background noise so well and it sucks

  13. D0wnshift

    D0wnshift3 hari yang lalu

    As a kid, we moved into a nice house under the approach lane of an airport. It was annoying for maybe a month, multiple airplanes an hour overhead. But after a while we never noticed it anymore.

  14. Chris G

    Chris G3 hari yang lalu

    This video is now pure evil with 666k views 😇

  15. Al Guien

    Al Guien4 hari yang lalu

    I wanted to see a decibel meter!

  16. damienmarktaylor

    damienmarktaylor4 hari yang lalu

    I walk my dog here twice a day, it actually serves as a dog park, great to see it included in your videos, its quite unique, i love the place.

  17. Random Citizen

    Random Citizen4 hari yang lalu

    Yay! 2 million subs!!! Congrats, Tom, you're awesome!

  18. B4KU

    B4KU6 hari yang lalu

    Damn, i live there and up to day i didn't know why the land shaped so weirdly. Thanks!

  19. ghostpeyton

    ghostpeyton8 hari yang lalu

    Tom can you recreate the 2 drums and a cymbal fall off of a cliff with all of your good quality

  20. bigmike1ak

    bigmike1ak9 hari yang lalu

    Wouldn’t it work better with some trees or bushes planted on the top of some of those rows?

  21. Elvis Bisanovic

    Elvis Bisanovic9 hari yang lalu

    Congratulations on 2 Million subs, Tom!

  22. zJoriz

    zJoriz9 hari yang lalu

    Didn't know that either. You keep finding interesting stuff about my own country I never heard of. Bravo

  23. falconseye97

    falconseye9710 hari yang lalu

    God damn, I love these videos.

  24. Stephen Hugh Cook

    Stephen Hugh Cook10 hari yang lalu

    "You know what's great? Hearing. It's like all these waves enter your head an' you know what it is and where it came from. MENTAL!

  25. grimm auld

    grimm auld10 hari yang lalu

    Congrats for your very recent 2mil

  26. Joshua Sweetvale

    Joshua Sweetvale10 hari yang lalu

    I used to live just a few miles from here. The sound of jets is home to me.

  27. Venus Kogane

    Venus Kogane11 hari yang lalu

    Yes yes... Science words...

  28. Clio Stronk

    Clio Stronk11 hari yang lalu

    I remember this! I grew up in that area, but we lived in a so-called green zone with far less noise (hardly any to be honest). The area in question, Vrijschot-Noord in the town Hoofddorp, is a very posh neighbourhood with some of the most expensive houses in the region. Which explains why it became a priority to fix it. Those people had money, power and patience (and were angry and sleep deprived). I am not so sure if they had searched this hard for a solution if it had been the worker bees of Schiphol who were jet-engined out of their beds instead of the higher management. Fun times

  29. Dr. Pancakes

    Dr. Pancakes12 hari yang lalu

    I read the title as "The giant art that keeps the planet quiet" and I was like wait so is this landscaping job really important

  30. Luke Hernandez

    Luke Hernandez12 hari yang lalu

    Congrats on 2 mil!

  31. D4nny

    D4nny12 hari yang lalu

    Rather than being the same wavelength, wouldn't they be an odd number of half wavelengths, or in other terms, (2n+1)/2 lambda? Because this way, destructive interference would occur. This is what I was taught anyway.

  32. Josh Denis

    Josh Denis12 hari yang lalu

    I would love to see you have james may on for game garage. To the power of suggestion! Cheers.

  33. Miquel

    Miquel13 hari yang lalu

    1:10 ehm i dont get that with wavelenghts? few centimeters that is frequency of few GHz and 10 or 20meters ?? Thats 28MHz or 14MHz . wavelenghts of audio are much longer than this ( few kilometers actually )

  34. Dog Residue

    Dog Residue13 hari yang lalu

    i have auditory processing disorder, that filtering job is very, VERY hard for my brain to do. it amazes me that other people can pull it off so effortlessly

  35. Dutch viewer NL

    Dutch viewer NL13 hari yang lalu

    Please go to the Marker Wadden

  36. Hankorama

    Hankorama13 hari yang lalu

    Is this like crop circles, except 'way different?

  37. ACE Place

    ACE Place14 hari yang lalu

    :22 LOOK OUT FOR THE TRENCH..... oh

  38. Floris

    Floris14 hari yang lalu

    The Dutch again? 😁

  39. diddy_dante

    diddy_dante14 hari yang lalu

    I live in Amsterdam and I immediately recognized the landscape but I surprisingly never saw this place

  40. Should_A_ Sed_Dis

    Should_A_ Sed_Dis14 hari yang lalu

    I thought you where going to walk right into the water at :24 hahhaa too bad. It would of been very Monty python-esque

  41. Pieter Visser

    Pieter Visser15 hari yang lalu

    Planting trees on those ridges would improve the dampening further.

  42. TheKingOfArkel

    TheKingOfArkel15 hari yang lalu

    1:35 kanker polderbaan

  43. Sten Dijk

    Sten Dijk15 hari yang lalu

    Skiphol😂

  44. Johnny

    Johnny16 hari yang lalu

    2:20

  45. John Thallas

    John Thallas16 hari yang lalu

    Hey why don't they use that type of technology to slow down or stop tornadoes

  46. JbsPekka

    JbsPekka17 hari yang lalu

    Would 20 million trees fit there?

  47. Hunting and cooking channel

    Hunting and cooking channel17 hari yang lalu

    OMG! Is it possible to plant 20m Trees...

  48. OWNAGE 956

    OWNAGE 95617 hari yang lalu

    Your content is great! Keep it up!

  49. d u c k

    d u c k17 hari yang lalu

    You went to my homeland? why didnt i hear about this sooner.

  50. NorthernDruid

    NorthernDruid17 hari yang lalu

    One analogy for how incredible the range of hearing is compared to vision I heard from a friend of mine, is that we only see light in one octave.

  51. ledgeri

    ledgeri17 hari yang lalu

    Just an idea: If it is shown, or/and allowed, a google maps link would not hurt in this series..

  52. BuildingCenter

    BuildingCenter17 hari yang lalu

    This is one of the most surprising and interesting episodes, AND it's blissfully brief. This is a banger. Edit for UK readers: This is not a sausage.

  53. Kavukamari

    Kavukamari18 hari yang lalu

    ive learned i can even do it at 2x speed or more in some cases

  54. pacator17

    pacator1719 hari yang lalu

    I live in the Netherlands (the north, so not near Amsterdam or Schiphol). I didn't now this, so thanks for teaching me :)

  55. dieselwelds

    dieselwelds19 hari yang lalu

    Why couldn't you whisper this video so I could filter your voice better?

  56. Justice Warrior

    Justice Warrior19 hari yang lalu

    So much work when the runway is so far away!! People there are just bitching about a little bit of noise!

  57. Dani

    Dani19 hari yang lalu

    You need to join Team Trees!🎄🌲🎋🌴🌳🎄

  58. Roger Onslow

    Roger Onslow19 hari yang lalu

    Damping not dampening!

  59. Kalicharan H C K

    Kalicharan H C K19 hari yang lalu

    Please make a fundraising video on planting 20M trees.

  60. Dallas Herrmann

    Dallas Herrmann19 hari yang lalu

    Can confirm the brain will filter out the sound of a freight train passing every 20 minutes. Live near a busy rail line.

  61. GTRGTX999

    GTRGTX99919 hari yang lalu

    They look just like sound diffraction or diffusion panels used in studios. That’s where the inspiration came from probably.

  62. Deleted

    Deleted19 hari yang lalu

    No patreon?

  63. Pure Competizione

    Pure Competizione19 hari yang lalu

    I think there’s something similar around Auckland airport actually

  64. TheMoneypresident

    TheMoneypresident19 hari yang lalu

    Plant bushes there. Bet it gets better.

  65. Bicentennial Nagger

    Bicentennial Nagger19 hari yang lalu

    I lived on Air Force bases in Europe until I was a teenager. When we moved back to the States, I couldn't sleep well (or even get comfortable) for quite some time because there were *no sonic booms* which were *frequent at most AFBs in Europe,* especially at night. Weird, hunh?

  66. Fedsted

    Fedsted19 hari yang lalu

    ‘Acoustic grass’